Index to Chiropractic Literature
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Journal ID Article Title Author(s)
Chiropr Econ: Oct 2016(62:16): 38-44, 46, 48, 50-52 24561 Our 19th annual fees & reimbursements survey: Ready for growth
  • Nighbor C
Chiropr Econ: May 2016(62:8): 44-46, 48, 50, 52-54, 56, 58, 60, 62, 64, 66 24452 Adapting to thrive, not just survive [19th annual salary & expense survey from Chiropractic Economics]
  • Nighbor C
Chiropr Econ: Oct 2015(61:16): 36-50 24173 Our 18th annual fees & reimbursements survey: Stake your claim
  • Feeney C
Chiropr Econ: May 2015(61:8): 36-38, 40, 42, 44, 46, 48, 50, 52, 54, 56, 58, 24040 Revival of the fittest [18th annual salary & expense survey from Chiropractic Economics ]
  • Feeney C
Chiropr Econ: Oct 2014(60:16): 28-34, 36, 38-42 23852 Our 17th annual fees & reimbursements survey: Hanging in the balance
  • Feeney C
Chiropr Econ: May 2014(60:8): 26-46 23655 Sweeping change: 17th annual salary & expense survey [from Chiropractic Economics]
  • Heyboer M
Chiropr Econ: Oct 2013(59:16): 32-46 23006 A new reality: Our 16th annual fees & reimbursement survey
  • Heyboer M
Chiropr Econ: May 2013(59:8): 32-52 22868 A rising tide [16th Annual Salary & Expense Survey from Chiropractic Economics]
  • Heyboer M
Chiropr Econ: Oct 2012(58:16): 28-42 22517 Silver linings: Our 15th annual fees & reimbursements survey
  • Heyboer M
Chiropr Econ: May 2012(58:8): 42-62 22401 The big picture. Are your annual earnings down? Don't panic. The results of our annual nationwide survey present a mixed picture [15th Annual Salary & Expense Survey from Chiropractic Economics]
  • Heyboer M
Chiropr Econ: Nov 2011(57:17): 38-52 22061 Our 14th annual fees & reimbursements survey: Strategic positioning. The changing nature of chiropractic business reflects the restructuring of the economy
Chiropr Econ: May 2011(57:8): 30-46 21893 Your piece of the pie. Are your financial frustrations finally feeling some relief? Check the results of our [14th] annual nationwide [salary & expense] survey to find out what piece of the pie you’re getting
  • Heyboer M
Chiropr Econ: Jun 2010(56:8): 32-48 21892 Are you back in the black? Did your chiropractic practice rebound in 2010? Check the results of our [13th] annual nationwide [salary & expense] survey to see where you stand
  • Erickson S
Chiropr Econ: Nov 2010(56:17): 36-52 21888 Our 13th annual fees & reimbursements survery: Is your recession over?
Chiropr Econ: May 2009(55:8): 32-48 21891 Survey says...How did the responses add up in our 12th annual salary & expense survey?
Chiropr Econ: Oct 2009(55:17): 28-42 21887 Our 12th annual fees & reimbursements survey: Are your fees competitive?
Chiropr Econ: May 2008(54:8): 20-43 21890 11th annual salary & expense survey: Is this year's picture in focus?
Chiropr Econ: Oct 2008(54:17): 26-39 21886 Our 11th annual fees & reimbursements survey: Slight adjustment? Surprising results from our survey
  • Erickson S
Chiropr Econ: May 2007(53:8): 22-46 21889 10th annual salary & expense survey: Chiropractic Economics looks at a decade of income trends
  • Segall L
Chiropr Econ: Oct 2007(53:17): 18-32 21885 Our 10th annual fees & reimbursements survey: Fees, reimbursements, and your practice: DCs are not alone in the downward reimbursement trend
  • Segall L
Chiropr Econ: Oct 2006(52:15): 20-30 21884 9th annual fees and reimbursements survey: Are new trends forming?
  • Segall L
Chiropr Econ: May 2006(52:6): 22-52 21877 Our 9th annual salary and expense survey. A look at 2006 results and income trends over nine years
  • Segall L
Chiropr Econ: Sep 2005(51:13): 21-32 21883 Do your fees measure up? See what our 8th annual fees & reimbursements survey shows
  • Segall L
Chiropr Econ: Apr 2005(51:6): 20-34 21876 8th annual salary and expense survey: Measuring personal and professional progress
  • Segall L
Chiropr Econ: Sep 2004(50:13): 23-34 21882 How do your fees compare? Our 7th annual fees and reimbursements survey shows how you measure up
  • Segall L
Chiropr Econ: May 2004(50:6): 24-42 21875 7th annual salary and expense survey: Measuring the climb to the top
  • Segall L
Chiropr Econ: Sep 2003(49:12): 24-30 21881 Our sixth annual [fees and reimbursements] survey gives you a benchmark
  • Segall L
Chiropr Econ: May 2003(49:6): 18-30 21874 Sixth annual salary and expense survey; How do you compare?
  • Segall L
Chiropr Econ: Oct 2002(44:10): 53-63 21880 Fifth annual Chiropractic Economics' fees and reimbursements survey results
  • Stultz T
Chiropr Econ: May 2002(44:5): 26-40 15546 Fifth annual salary & expense survey: Are you getting your fair share?
  • Stultz T
Chiropr Econ: Oct 2001(43:10): 30-42 15103 Fourth annual Chiropractic Economics' fees and reimbursements survey results
Chiropr Econ: May 2001(43:5): 34-48 15044 Fourth annual salary & expense survey: How do you stack up?
  • Stultz T
Chiropr Econ: Sep 2000(42:9): 28-36 21879 Third annual Chiropractic Economics' fees and reimbursements survey results
Chiropr Econ: May 2000(42:5): 46-55 21873 Third annual salary and expense survey; How do you measure up?
Chiropr Econ: Sep 1999(41:7): 42-50 21878 Second annual fees and reimbursement survey results
Chiropr Econ: May 1999(41:4): 40-58 867 Second annual salary & expense survey
Chiropr Econ: Mar 1999(41:2): 74-78 855 10 steps to better patient retention and more cash part one of two
  • Sharp E
Chiropr Econ: Sep 1998(40:10): 46-54 1113 First annual fees & reimbursement survey results
Chiropr Econ: May 1998(40:7): 52-59 1457 First annual salary & expense survey: A special report
Chiropr Econ: Jan-Feb 1998(40:5): 39-56 1734 THE NEW MILLENNIUM CHIROPRACTOR.
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